Person:James McCue (3)

James Andrew McCue
d.4 Sep 1853
m. bet 1781 AND 1782
  1. James Andrew McCue1783 - 1853
  2. Mary "Polly" McCue1785 - 1853
  3. William McCue, M.D.1787 - 1818
  4. Lt. Cyrus McCue1789 - 1813
  5. Squire John McCue1793 - 1862
  6. Col. Franklin McCue1795 - 1874
  7. Washington McCue1797 - 1798
  8. Eliza "Betsy" McCue1798 - 1819
  9. Margaret "Peggy" McCue1802 - 1880
  10. Nancy McCue1804 - 1856
  11. Sallie McCue1805 - 1885
m. bef 1816
  1. Maj. John Marshall McCue1816 - 1890
Facts and Events
Name[1] James Andrew McCue
Gender Male
Birth[1] 7 May 1783 Augusta, Virginia, United States
Marriage bef 1816 Augusta, Virginia, United Statesto Margaret Trimble
Death[1] 4 Sep 1853
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Family Recorded, in McCue, John Nolley. The McCues of Old Dominion: supplemented with brief charts of the Steele, Arbuckle and Cunningham families. (Mexico, Mo.: Missouri Ptg. & Pub. Co., 1912), Secondary quality.

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    ... (20) i James Andrew McCue, b 7, May 1783 Augusta county, Va., d 4, Sept, 1853; m Margaret Trimble of Ky., (b 9, Nov. 1879,) dau of Capt., James Trimble and Jane Allen. Jas. A. McCue was Justice of Peace in Augusta county at an early date which meant much in that day for the county was of large dimensions and the Justice had more authority. He was a highly respected man. Waddell says: "In 1809, General Blackburn was put to trial before the County Court upon a charge which would now be considered very Preposterous. On the 28th of August, the Grand Jury, on the information of George Bittle, presented the General for exacting illegal fees, to wit : $3 for an opinion when no suit was brought, and $6 for fee in an inferior Court.' James Allen was foreman of the jury, among the members were Jacob Bungardner, James Tate, James A. McCue, James Bell and Peter Heiskell. The trial came off October 23, 1809, and 'the merits of this presentment being fully argued and considered,' the case was dismissed at the cost of Bittle." ...